Donate Law Books was founded in 2020 to help recycle, reuse and redistribute unwanted:
- Law Books
- Law Sets
- Law Journals
- Law Libraries,
- Law Reports.
The arrival of eBooks, digital platforms, and online libraries has caused a significant number of law firms, libraries, and many more organisations to dispose of their law books.
We have partnered and are looking to partner with many more organizations. That we can receive donations from and those we can donate to. If you have unwanted law reports/sets/journals and libraries which contain any of the following which you wish to donate please get in contact:
- All England Law Reports
- Entertainment and Media Law Reports
- Halsbury’s Laws of England
- Encyclopedia of Forms and Precedents
- Lloyds Law Reports
- Atkins Court forms
- European Community cases
- Weekly law reports
- Property, Planning and Commission Reports
- British Company cases
- Landlord and tenant reports
- Halsbury’s Statutes of England
- ICLR Industrial law reports
- Family Law Reports
- Fleet Street reports
Where do you supply law books?
We supply books to Africa, Asia, Nigeria, Pakistan, India and where required the most.
Do you charge for supplying books?
This all depends on who is being supplied and the cost involved in mainly picking up and sending the books. When it comes down to the total cost of the books we are supplying it can cost as little as £1 per book. We at Donate Law Books believe that this is a fair strategy, as the books will be better looked after as well as helping us to be sustainable.
How can I make a donation?
To donate law books, sets, journals, libraries and reports use the below link: